tv Newscenter 5 at Five ABC December 29, 2015 5:00pm-5:30pm EST
leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 at 5:00. phil: a breeze is beginning to come in, and you are looking at 28 north. j.c.: the highways, not so much because they are treated, but we saw just about everything today. phil: yes, and everything i' m treated i think is what you have to be careful of. you can see 30 degrees. there is still some mis t in the air, and there is an it rise rate at least until midnight tonight. there is moisture coming out of freezing with colder round. -- ground. s all
beverly and boston, they were all of us freezing but have now dropped under, and that is why anything untreated can be messy. the bigger concern is close to the boston area, so untreated surface is -- surfaces icy, and railings can be frozen, and possibly some card door locks could also be frozen. phil and j.c.? s snow, sleet, and rain a war lots of -- and rain made for lots of mess. we are live in riverside with pam.
they had them switch problem number but nothing table. harvey was just talking about how icy things are. this is like a skating rink. air travelers also had a tough time, especially those trying to make connections. this was a double d day, delay and de-icing. the only one heading south after a spinoff. >> it worked like a charm. pam: they got travelers where they were going with some slowdown, but it was nothing like last year' s near systemwide paralysis.
>> it was a good way to look for any kinks that we needed to work out. pam: little comfort if you' re sitting on the tarmac in boston, waiting for hours to l.a. >> they posted your teen delay -- posted 13 delay messages. >> i got to be eight,-- the gate, and they said that had been can' t old. they put me on an early morning light, heaven :00, drake through. -- straight through. pam: reporting live, wcvb newscenter 5.
phil: it slowed people down. j.c.: the total varied across the massachusetts border to as much as 10 inches in the white mountain. roads. it is not over yet, and you can get radar and real-time closings with our wcvb app. j.c.: one person has died, another in the half ago, and john is live. john: walking down the street when they were shot. they were searching for the
both of the victims were rushed to the hospital, but they, teenagers. >> it was like five shot. that is when we saw them. >> we are looking for possibly taking a right. john: and tonight, police continue to look for clues. right now, the motor for the shooting is not known. phil: the mother of a little boy killed is speaking only to new scenter 5. she got emotional when talking
>> hospital staff listening in. reporter: we are learning how she survived a westport house fire 10 days ago. they still do not know what caused the fire. her son, for your rolled -- 4 year old caleb, died. and the mom has haunting memories of trying to they' ve him area -- trying to save him. >> i try to go back in many times. reporter: she is heading home with a
-- preschool. phil: commitment 2016, jeb bush was supposed to be in peterborough for a town hall but the act out at the last minute. -- but backed ou t at the last minute. j.c.: hillary clinton is still hampshire. reporter: education, gun control, equal pay. they gathered to ask hillary to them. 1000 smartphone-aiming
clinton: it is time for them to do more on done safety -- gun safety. reporter: she talks about stigma to mark -- stigma. about education. make it free so you do not have to borrow to go to a four- year college to get an education. and to make sure women are paid what they deserve in the jobs that they do. reporter: naturally, clinton is the front runner, but in new hampshire, she' s built trails --
>> she is a protector of the people. you can tell it is authentic with her. reporter: the primary less than two months away, and the result here carry nationally. j.c.: today, john kasich was at event in nashua and keene. he says if he does not do well in the february primary, he is out. republican front runner donald trump is in iowa tonight, also attacking bill clinton, just days before he is hitting the campaign trail to support his wife. phil: new at 5:00, a man at use of dealing
dealing -- of steeling copper is under arrest, and two people are under arrest in belgium for planning terror attacks. they found propaganda materials, but no explosives or weapons were found. oi iraq' s prime minister visiting from body -- visiting ramadi, declaring access. that area felt to be islamic state in may. there are still pockets of militants across that area. j.c.:
and they have not said how long this is expected to last, so let' s take a look at first alert traffic. you can see traffic is moving the road. it is wet out there. we do have falling temperatures, so watch for slippery roads. lots of problems in and around the city. a very quick ride. it looks good. once again, it is not so much the highway. it is the side road s, and temperatures are folly. and eight. med student -- a dartmouth student in trouble.
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toy gun, which they say was not distinguishable from a real gun, and a grand jury agreed. >> this entire process was being distorted and corrupted and directed in a way that would have a known verdict in this case. phil: the prosecutors have not responded, but they said there was no crime committed by police believe that he was a threat to them. j.c.: attempting a risky feat underwater, a college student on the art mitts swim team -- on the dartmouth swim team drowned in front of his family. reporter: he was pulled when
breathing under water. he was trying to do four laps across the pool, which would put athletes at risk for what is known as shallow water blackout, essentially fainting after long, and if not rescued in time, like swimmer, drowned, with olympic swimmer michael phelps also warning about it. at least seven shallow water blackout deaths have been reported. it was said his capacity and love for family and friends was his great gift, and they would
phil: the south and midwest still reeling from deadly flash flooding, evacuation still underway in missouri, and there is record flooding with the national guard being called out. severe weather has killed at least 45 people nationwide over the last week alone. it has sent many rivers surging over their banks. >> i do not know what to do. i am to my stomach. i cannot take my medicine. i just do not know what to do, and it is still supposed to come up high. phil: it is the same system bringing sleet and freezing rain here. j.c.: you get a little bit of everything to remind you of what
harvey: the kitchen sink. right now, we are dealing with falling temperatures and if your unsuspecting, you can really be in a lot of trouble. and all of the precipitation started after midnight last night. boston started to move up above freezing this morning, but look at that temperature difference. 11:30 this morning, boston is at 37. and then boston is 39. a north wind bringing the cold air down. just about one and a half to two hours ago, the wind changed. if you' re in an area that is
below, it can be like a flash freeze. and things can be like a sheet of glass. there is still some freezing drizzle in the air to complicate adding even more. -- to complicate things even more. three inches or two inches, almost two, and then almost an inch in areas. it had all of that. sleet. it would normally be over 10 inches of snow. that inch or two of sleet is so heavy when you are shoveling.
the heaviest precipitation is over. what is left is this missed -- mist in the air, and boston' s visibility is pretty poor. notice the wind is no longer east/northeast. this is bringing that cold air down into massachusetts, right and this will go further south as we go through the course of this evening. we are looking at low level cold. now, the small storm coming through will probably be just warm enough for rain , but there could be some freezing rain over the interior.
eated surfaces, and then some rain tonight -- tomorrow night for most of us, and then breaks of sunshine. night. upper 30' s around 7:00, and then around midnight, in the dirtiest. s. i do see a chunk of chilly air and then very cold air arriving at the end of the weekend and to the beginning of next week. j.c.: in new york, preparations are underway for the celebration, and they are already practicing throwing
n those in the street, and more importantly, security will be heavier than normal. reporter: it is almost a reaction against that that takes folks say they are going to go to times square, and i am not going to be dragged down by all of the craziness in the world. phil: and that means it is almost time to make those new year' s resolutions. one or two. i think about it. j.c.: and living healthier. more ahead to make sure. >> i love you guys. phil: a call for help from the boy scouts after their leader
j.c.: tis the season for plenty of fun and food, but also for those falling off fitness wakened. -- wagon. reporter: getting fit and losing weight were the top two resolutions according to nielsen in 2015, but getting back on track is often easier said than done, so what is the best way to although through on your resolution?
laying out a plane is -- plan is great, but only when the steps possible. changes that are sustainable, susceptible to rebound. ages alone. with friends or with a fitness community can interactive. health professional before making dramatic changes. phil: and a fire. j.c.: pulling an elderly woman from the flames. >> before they left town. phil: the teen known for the "affluenza" defense. his future. j.c.: wildlife experts say he was so determined to get across